This online resource contains the text of 9 additional treaties not included in the Kappler. Seven are treaties with the British. The other two are early U. S. treaties not included in the Statutes at Large.
Full text of the treaties provided by Oklahoma State University Library on the WEB. Also in print: Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (Kappler) - KF8203 1972 Main Ref. Compilation of treaties, laws, executive orders and matters relating to Indian affairs. Volume 2 contains the treaties.
Publications of Congress including the Serials Set, published hearings, Statutes at Large, information about members of Congress, legislative histories, articles from the National Journal, and selected articles from major U.S. newspapers, and the text of Bills. (formerly the LexisNexis Congressional database)
This site has the full text of Serial Set volume 4015 and all of the 67 color maps which accompany the text. This volume represents the second part of the Eighteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1896-97 by J.W. Powell, Director.
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